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Metabolic Studies on Effects of Spironolactone

Metabolic Studies on Effects of Spironolactone were in and a of determined. most instances, expiratory family history hypertension Assump¬ dyspnea, cough, wheezing, were common One child tions of dominant and recessive inheritance were the most clinical manifestations. simple were died. showed areas consolidation extensive tested data. The results more com¬ of and by family history Autopsy the continuous of The of the with doctrine of distribution emphysema of the histological picture patible lungs. blood inheritance tracheobronehial was of nuclear and the theory of mucosa one proliferation, pressures phnigenie than with vesiculation and cell necrosis. The isolation of the alternative hypotheses. swelling, RS virus facilitated the use of "Bristol" cells was by HeLa and maintained in rabbit-serum medium. Simultane¬ grown Effect Metabolic of Human Growth Hormone on Response ous examination bacteriological yielded Hemophilus to D. A. Johnston and R. Hadden influen- Surgical Trauma\p=m-\I. D. as zae in 39% of the cases and coliform bacilli in 36% 1:584 1963 Lancet (March 16) the most invaders. frequent secondary The role of hormone in the metabolic growth changes which follow is unknown. The effect of human surgery on hormone Wilhelmi the immediate growth ( preparation ) to was studied in 4 men. response, inguinal herniorrhaphy Neurology, Minneapolis was the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Metabolic Studies on Effects of Spironolactone

JAMA , Volume 184 (8) – May 25, 1963

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1963 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
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10.1001/jama.1963.03700210127112
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Abstract

were in and a of determined. most instances, expiratory family history hypertension Assump¬ dyspnea, cough, wheezing, were common One child tions of dominant and recessive inheritance were the most clinical manifestations. simple were died. showed areas consolidation extensive tested data. The results more com¬ of and by family history Autopsy the continuous of The of the with doctrine of distribution emphysema of the histological picture patible lungs. blood inheritance tracheobronehial was of nuclear and the theory of mucosa one proliferation, pressures phnigenie than with vesiculation and cell necrosis. The isolation of the alternative hypotheses. swelling, RS virus facilitated the use of "Bristol" cells was by HeLa and maintained in rabbit-serum medium. Simultane¬ grown Effect Metabolic of Human Growth Hormone on Response ous examination bacteriological yielded Hemophilus to D. A. Johnston and R. Hadden influen- Surgical Trauma\p=m-\I. D. as zae in 39% of the cases and coliform bacilli in 36% 1:584 1963 Lancet (March 16) the most invaders. frequent secondary The role of hormone in the metabolic growth changes which follow is unknown. The effect of human surgery on hormone Wilhelmi the immediate growth ( preparation ) to was studied in 4 men. response, inguinal herniorrhaphy Neurology, Minneapolis was the

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: May 25, 1963

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